Michael Otey is president of TECA, Inc., which focuses on Windows and SQL Server product development and consulting. He is a frequent contributor to technical publications and the author of several books on database development and programming.
Michael Otey's Recent Posts
Learn about the essential elements for building a DR that works for your environment and all types of sceanrios.
Hybrid IT has many use-cases and while it’s not for everyone, the vast majority of scenarios can benefit from this model.
Learn about the factors that can help you minimize data loss with Hyper-V Replica and prevent your next downtime.
Avoid these five common hybrid cloud mistakes to make sure that your environment is ready for the modern infrastructure.
Michael Otey talks about avoiding the five biggest disaster recovery mistakes.
Today, many businesses are in the process of looking for ways to leverage the hybrid cloud for high availability (HA) and disaster recovery (DR). Find out how SQL Server’s AlwaysOn Availability Groups provide protection for multiple user databases.
Michael Otey discusses Hyper-V Replica as an option for protecting business-critical virtual machines from site or system outages.
Take advantage of the Hybrid Cloud capabilities in Windows Server 2016.
Replication is one of the fastest and most effective high availability technologies for protecting and quickly restoring VMs in the event of a site or system failure. Find out how virtual machine replicas enable you to minimize downtime.
We all know that the cloud services have scalability and availability that is typically better than most businesses. However, that last mile of Internet connectivity is often the weakest link in your cloud connectivity chain.
VMware announced a complete refresh of its vRealize Suite with support for intelligent operations, hybrid cloud, automation and DevOps
When you’re creating a disaster recovery strategy for your business, there are two main criteria that you need to consider: your Restore Point Objectives and your Restore Time Objectives. Take a look at how your RPOs and RTOs affect your DR strategies.
Almost all mid-to-large businesses have many people using Remote Desktop Connections, and these users are often separated into different systems or application management teams. Let’s have a closer look at some of the most important team considerations for using Remote Desktop Connections.